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Eastern Washakie Wilderness Loop Professional Review and Guide
"The Front Range of the Absaroka rises sharply above the plains of the Big Horn Basin and reaches its apex at 13,153-foot-high Francs Peak. The massive and spectacular Greybull River drains a large part of this country, and is plugged like a main circuit cable directly into the snowfields of the high Absaroka near the pass that bears its name. The Greybull is a sacred river for Native Americans—named for a white buffalo that once wandered this country. This hike encompasses the upper Greybull as well as some of the East Fork Wind River country and provides you with a continuously marvelous visual experience that rivals anything found in the overcrowded Wind River Range. Best of all, this area sees very little use aside from hunting. Highlights: Four high passes; breathtaking scenery; light traffic."
--Lee Mercer & Ralph Maughan, Hiking Wyoming's Teton & Washakie Wildness Areas (Falcon Guides).
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